Ecopsychology journal

Thomas Doherty on Radio New Zealand “Ideas”

from Sunday Morning on Sunday 17 March 2013 The idea that the environment has an impact on our physical health is indisputable - but what impact is environmental degradation having on our mental health? Can psychology offer insights into how to improve our environment? Ideas talks to Thomas Doherty, editor of the Ecopsychology journal; University of [...]

Thomas Doherty at Portland State University Social Sustainability Colloquium

PSU Social Sustainability Colloquium DATE: Friday, April 15th TIME: 2-4pm WHERE: Urban Center Building Room 204 (above Seattle’s Best Coffee) Campus Map NOTE: This discussion will be recorded on video and broadcast to our colleagues in Australia. It will also be available on YouTube and Earthsayers TV for dissemination. VARIETIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL IDENTITY: THOUGHTS ON [...]

Ecopsychology: Discovering the connection between sustainability and mental health with Thomas Doherty

Thomas was interviewed by Whole Terrain | a journal of Reflective Environmental Practice. Ecopsychology: Discovering the connection between sustainability and mental health with Thomas Doherty   Thomas Doherty holds two visions of the globe at an Antioch New England speaking event in December. (Photo by Hanna Wheeler) What’s the connection between mental health [...]

Ecopsychology Journal Editorial • The Rediscovery of Ecopsychology

"Emotional knowing is as important, and sometimes more important, than conceptual knowing, especially if we need to summon psychic energy to meet the ecological crisis that we currently face."     — David Tacey A little over a year ago, I received a query from a person who was fact-checking a story about ecopsychology [...]

By |2016-11-21T14:01:02-07:00September 1st, 2009|Ecopsychology journal, editorials, Media|0 Comments

Ecopsychology Journal Editorial • Leading Ecopsychology

The Personal and Planetary Ecopsychology holds the promise that the promotion of human potential and healthy ecosystems can coexist and pairs self-discovery with ecological responsibility. In fact, a synergy is seen between personal and planetary health: development at a scale that promotes human health, promotes the health of the natural environment and our [...]

By |2016-11-21T14:01:04-07:00June 1st, 2009|Ecopsychology journal, editorials, Media|0 Comments

Premier Issue of Ecopsychology Launched

  New Rochelle, NY, April  21, 2009—Exploring the psychology of human-nature relationships and understanding the multidimensional links between humankind and its natural environment is at the core of the evolving discipline called ecopsychology and is the focus of a new, peer-reviewed online journal, Ecopsychology, published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. (www.liebertpub.com). The inaugural issue is [...]

By |2016-11-21T14:01:04-07:00April 21st, 2009|Announcements, Ecopsychology journal, Media|0 Comments

Ecopsychology Journal Editorial • A Peer Reviewed Journal for Ecopsychology

On behalf of our editorial board and reviewers, welcome to the inaugural issue of Ecopsychology. This first editorial provides an opportunity to introduce myself and share some experiences getting this project off the ground. I will offer some ways to understand ecopsychology in context of other forms of environmentally focused psychology, describe the [...]

By |2016-11-21T14:01:06-07:00March 1st, 2009|Ecopsychology journal, editorials, Media|0 Comments